January 26, 2021

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Gavin Newson to Release 8,000 MORE Prisoners – Chaos in Cali!

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Gavin Newsome to Release 8000 inmates due to coronavirus

Gavin Newsome Will Release up to 8,000 Prisoners Under the Guise of Coronavirus Fears

Gavin Newson is at it again, and doing his best to bury California into chaos (and danger).  Gavin has already released thousands of prisoners into California communities under the guise of Covid-19…  But, I thought masks work?  If masks do work, why aren’t they given to prisoners to prevent the spread of the “virus”??

This latest development comes after an increase in infections after 100+ prisoners were transferred from the California Institution for Men in Chino from San Quentin.

“These actions are taken to provide for the health and safety of the incarcerated population and staff,” corrections Secretary Ralph Diaz said in a written statement. “We aim to implement these decompression measures in a way that aligns both public health and public safety.”

So, allowing 8,000 violent criminals into the community is beneficial for public health and safety?  We live in a clownworld society, run by clowns and Gavin Newsom is one of the ringleaders.

Here is what the LA Times said about Gavin Newsom’s plan :

Initial prisoner releases would come from those with 180 days or less left to serve on their sentence. No one serving time for a crime defined in state law as violent or involving domestic violence would be set free, officials said. Those required to register as sex offenders or who are assessed as being a high risk for violence would also be ineligible for early release.

The second group of prisoners who could be released would have no more than one year left to serve. The releases are aimed at reducing the populations at eight state prisons identified as higher risk for coronavirus transmissions. The same eligibility rules as the first group of released prisoners would apply in these releases.

In all cases, prison officials said, priority will be given to those who are 30 or older. Prisoners under the age of 30 will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

While the article says that prisoners convicted of a violent crime would be released.  However, most of us know that during the conviction process defenders plea bargain to reduce their charge in order to get a guilty plea.  As has been shown time and time again across the country, prisoners who have been released into society due to Covid-19 have raped and even murdered innocent citizens.  With 8,000 more prisoners being released into California communities, it’s a safe assumption that there will be more innocent victims of violent crimes.

Law Abiding California Citizens Should be Concerned About the Threat to Public Safety

The District Attorney (Vern Pierson) has expressed his concern :

“The Newsom administration also has not made clear whether crime victims and prosecutors will be given notice when an inmate is released or if they will be able to file objections, said Pierson, who serves as president of the California District Attorneys Assn,” the Times reported.

“We don’t know what the actual impact of this is going to be. We do know that it’s a high likelihood there will be significant increases in crime,” said Pierson, who added that earlier releases of non-violent prisoners means that those still incarcerated represent the most serious offenders.

“It’s inescapable that it’s the most dangerous people that are the people that are left in prison,” Pierson said.

So, not only will Gavin Newsom release 8,000 criminals, the victims of the crimes may not even be contacted?  Could you imagine being a rape victim, and you wouldn’t even know if the predator was back out on the streets?

So, how will releasing 8,000 inmates into the public (many without homes) to roam the streets be helpful in any way to stop the spread of coronavirus?  I would love to see the data behind this decision.. Or maybe there is no data to support this decision.  Maybe there is another agenda at hand?  Common sense would bet on the latter.

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